Commuting in the FINAL FRONTIER

Daniel Johnston joins Alaska Airlines on the ‘milk run’, providing an essential lifeline to the remotest communities in America’s largest state.

The words ‘air travel’ can mean so much more than beach holidays, city breaks and First-Class pampering. For those living and working in remote locations, it can be a way to earn a living, an essential artery keeping far-flung spots from being cut off and can mean the difference between life and death.

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